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Honduras has threatened to withdraw from ICSID, alleging the centre has breached “law and procedure” in its administration of a US$11 billion treaty claim.
01 June 2023
The LCIA has revealed it did not receive a single arbitrator challenge last year in its latest annual report, as it also makes two new appointments to its court.
26 May 2023
PRIME Finance, the Hague-based institution that specialises in complex financial disputes, has appointed former New Zealand judge Sir David Baragwanath KC as its new secretary general.
10 May 2023
The Dubai International Arbitration Centre has appointed Jehad Abdulrazzaq Kazim as its executive director, making her the first Emirati woman to take on a leadership role at the institution.
09 May 2023
Barrister and arbitrator Michael Patchett-Joyce, of 36 Commercial in London, looks at how the new rules of the Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration future-proof the arbitral process in Saudi Arabia.
08 May 2023
The Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration has unveiled a new, revised set of rules which, among other things, empower its new court chaired by Jan Paulsson.
02 May 2023
The Vancouver International Arbitration Centre has appointed independent arbitrator Elsa Sardinha as its new secretary general, as the centre prepares to host a joint conference with ICCA later this year.
27 April 2023
Germany’s Federal Ministry of Justice has announced plans to reform the country’s arbitration law for the first time in 26 years.
21 April 2023
The French Court of Cassation has dismissed a €39 million lawsuit brought against the International Chamber of Commerce by an arbitration user that complained it was treated unfairly.
20 April 2023
The second edition of UCIA – GAR’s citation manual for international arbitration – is now live and available for our subscribers to download, featuring guidance for 16 additional jurisdictions.
18 April 2023
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